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We offer multiple testing services at our local Alburg, VT drug testing facilities and the surrounding areas. Our Alburg, VT drug testing centers provide same day service for urine drug testing, hair drug testing, alcohol testing, DOT physicals, DOT drug testing and DNA testing. Our drug and alcohol testing services are provided for employers in need of a pre-employment drug test, random drug test, post-accident drug test or reasonable suspicion tests. We also provide testing for individuals needing a drug or alcohol screening for court ordered reasons, probation or family purposes. With testing facilities in all States and Cities, most of our drug testing locations are within minutes of your home or office. Drug testing methods include urine, oral/saliva, hair follicle, blood , ETG and breath alcohol testing. All tests are analyzed by a SAMHSA certified laboratory and verified by our Medical Review Officers. Negative test results are generally available in 24-48 hours. We also provide On-site/mobile drug testing for companies who need to test multiple employees in Alburg, VT.

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Accredited Drug Testing has drug testing locations in most cities and towns throughout the United States. Providing drug testing, alcohol testing, DNA testing and other related services. Most testing centers are within minutes of your home or office. Same day service is available in most cases. To schedule a test please call our scheduling department at 1-800-221-4291 or you may schedule your test online utilizing your zip code in which you are located.

Employers - Accredited Drug Testing provides easy, convenient, confidential and cost-effective drug testing services, including pre-employment drug testing, random drug testing, post-accident drug testing and reasonable suspicion drug and alcohol testing. We can also assist you with the implementation of your drug free workplace program with drug policy development, supervisor training, employee education and on-going consultation. In many cases a company certified as a drug free workplace can receive discounts on their workers' compensation insurance premiums along with lowering employee absenteeism, enhancing workplace safety and improving employee morale. To open a no cost employer drug testing account click here or call our office at 1-800-221-4291

Individuals - If you are an individual in need of a drug, alcohol or DNA test, Accredited Drug Testing is your one stop shopping for all your testing needs. Simply call our customer service staff at 1-800-221-4291 or you may register online. There is no need to open an account or be affiliated with any company. Accredited Drug Testing offers drug testing for personal, court ordered, probation, child custody or any other reason you may need! To schedule a test please call our scheduling department at 1-800-221-4291 or you may schedule your test online utilizing your zip code in which you are located.

Alburg, VT Drug Testing Locations

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178 SWANTON RD 14.6 miles

178 SWANTON RD
SAINT ALBANS, VT 5478
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260 CREST RD STE 101 16.0 miles

260 CREST RD STE 101
SAINT ALBANS, VT 5478
Categories: SAINT ALBANS VT

75 BEEKMAN ST 20.7 miles

75 BEEKMAN ST
PLATTSBURGH, NY 12901
Categories: PLATTSBURGH NY

220 TOM MILLER RD 20.9 miles

220 TOM MILLER RD
PLATTSBURGH, NY 12901
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927 ETHAN ALLEN HWY 21.8 miles

927 ETHAN ALLEN HWY
MILTON, VT 5468
Categories: MILTON VT

675 STATE ROUTE 3 22.1 miles

675 STATE ROUTE 3
PLATTSBURGH, NY 12901
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Local Area Info: Alburgh (town), Vermont

Alburgh (formerly Alburg) is a town in Grand Isle County, Vermont, United States, founded in 1781 by Ira Allen. The population was 1,998 at the 2010 United States Census. Alburgh is on the Alburgh Tongue, a peninsula extending from Canada into Lake Champlain, and lies on the only road-based route across Lake Champlain to New York state north of Addison, Vermont.

The original name of the town, "Alburgh", was changed to "Alburg" in 1891 by recommendation of the United States Board on Geographic Names. The board recommended that all municipality names ending in "-burgh" be revised to end in "-burg" for the sake of standardization. In April 2006, the Vermont Department of Libraries (in its capacity as the authority on Vermont place names) approved the town's request to change its name from Alburg back to Alburgh after a majority vote on town meeting day.

A two-league strip between Missisquoi Bay and the Chambly River (now the Richelieu River) north of the Alburgh tongue was granted by Lieutenant Governor of Quebec Charles de la Boische, Marquis de Beauharnois, and Intendant of New France Gilles Hocquart to Seigneur Franois Foucault on April 3, 1733 (ratified by the King of France April 6, 1734). Other seigneuries (in particular the seigneurie de la Fontaine to the south) were granted but were not settled. Janvrin Dufresne surveyed the land for the government and submitted his report on June 14, 1737, that the seigneuries were not settled. Foucault thence resubmitted his application to the land in March 1739 (requesting an extension of one league to the south), having established Missiskouy (Missiquoi) Village with six inhabitants. On May 10, 1741, the seigneuries were deemed forfeited for lack of settlement; on May 1, 1743, Foucault's application was accepted (ratified by the King on March 25, 1745). In 1744, Foucault petitioned to extend his seigneurie over the entire peninsula to a total length of five leagues and including the former seigneurie de la Fontaine; the petition was granted November 1, 1744. By 1747, however, the peninsula had been abandoned by any European settlers.[citation needed]